[noun hwoo p-ee, woo p-ee, hwoo-pee, woo-; interjection hwoo p-ee, woo p-ee, hwoo-pee, woo-]Informal.
- (used as a shout of exuberant joy.)
- make whoopee, to engage in uproarious merrymaking.
Origin of whoopee
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Examples from the Web for whoopee
If I'm going to have an affair, I'm going to have an affair, whether it's in the papers or not, whoopee.The Outrageous Johnny Weir
January 12, 2010
A wild shout from Dot Crowley, followed by a chorus of "Whoopee!"Linda Carlton, Air Pilot
Hall looked up at the cabs, ignoring the Whoopee Kids' baritone.The Five Arrows
Whoopee ti yi, git along, little dogies;For you know Wyoming will be your new home.Cowboy Songs
Of course, old Nat didn't care a whoopee about getting the list perfect, and my boy may be right on that dun cow.Wells Brothers
Cook had a big wooden tray and she'd come out and say 'Whoopee!'
- an exclamation of joy, excitement, etc
- make whoopee
- to engage in noisy merrymaking
- to make love
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